Nuclear Information Project in the News

The Nuclear Information Project is widely used as a source for news reports about nuclear weapons and referenced in publications published by governments, institutes, organizations and individuals. On average, every second day a news story or publication is published somewhere in the world that makes use of our work.

The project is, according to the Washington Post, “one of the most widely sourced agencies for nuclear warhead counts.” The research, analysis and publications that provided the basis for the news coverage listed below were made possible by generous grants from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the New Land Foundation, and the Ploughshares Fund.

This chronology lists selected news stories and publications by others that have made use of information and analysis from the Nuclear Information Project (numerous other examples of use of our work are not included because they were not easily available via links). To the extent possible, the documents are located on the FAS web site, but external links might go dead over time. If you need assistance to locate missing items, please contact individual project staff via the “about” page. Also check out the Twitter accounts of Hans Kristensen (@nukestrat) and Matt Korda (@mattkorda).